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American Folk Art Gallery 



m e r i c a n 
} aintings and Sculpture by little 
known and anonymous artists includ- 
ing Hicks, Prior, Richards, Stock, 
s ieter Vanderlyn and others. 
1740—1860 



For Museums and Discriminating Collectors 



The first gallery established for Folk Art 





32 EAST 5 1 STREET 



NEW YORK